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Quality of place brings value – in London and New York

05 Nov 2019

Quality of place brings value – in London and New York

Developers in both London and New York are beginning to connect quality of place with value. But they must work harder to communicate that message if they are to rebuild trust with local communities a...

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Welcome to nla.london

29 Oct 2019

Welcome to nla.london

Welcome to our new digital home, featuring an online-portal for members! Have questions? Read our FAQs here...

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Community-led housing ‘needs culture change’

29 Oct 2019

Community-led housing ‘needs culture change’

Community-led housing in the UK needs a cultural change in terms of how it is financed and greater political support if it is to grow as a viable and popular way to create homes. But key projects in t...

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London must engage with communities to win back trust

16 Oct 2019

London must engage with communities to win back trust

London Mayor Sadiq Khan recently pledged to step up his regime of building ‘genuinely’ affordable homes for the capital and urged developers to up their game in getting the most out of community exper...

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City of London embraces culture as part of its rebirth

14 Oct 2019

City of London embraces culture as part of its rebirth

The City of London is stepping up its drive towards becoming a rounded, 24-hour place, founded upon commerce, culture and creativity. The Square Mile plans to harness the creative energy of talente...

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Sustainable, affordable homes - learning lessons from Sweden

16 Sep 2019

Sustainable, affordable homes - learning lessons from Sweden

What can London and Stockholm teach each other in terms of creating and delivering sustainable, affordable housing? A special – and sustainable – live link-up betwee...

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Retrofit for purpose – tall storeys

14 Sep 2019

Retrofit for purpose – tall storeys

A group of leading ‘retrofitters’ gathered at NLA to show how they are leading the way when it comes to reworking tall buildings from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. John Robe...

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What would your one proposal be to improve the involvement of communities in London?

10 Sep 2019

What would your one proposal be to improve the involvement of communities in London?

Eileen Conn, Peckham resident and co-ordinator of Peckham Vision, a citizens action group, responds: Public trust in the planning system has sunk to very low levels....

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‘Our opponents are on the wrong side of history’ – Will Norman

Transport & Infrastructure

07 Aug 2019

‘Our opponents are on the wrong side of history’ – Will Norman

Opponents to the steps being taken to make London a better city for walking and cycling are on the ‘wrong side of history’, said Sadiq Khan’s walking and cycling commissioner Wi...

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Energy and consultation - building Agar Grove Phase 1a

05 Aug 2019

Energy and consultation - building Agar Grove Phase 1a

The team behind this year’s Overall Winner in the New London Awards 2019 came to Store Street to explain the principles behind what is the UK’s largest Passivhaus project. And i...

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Reimagining the Neighbourhood - Architectural Design Academy

04 Aug 2019

Reimagining the Neighbourhood - Architectural Design Academy

New London Architecture Learning ends the academic year with its annual week long Architectural Design Academy for young people aged 16-18. From 29 July–2 August NLA...

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Breaking boundaries, engineering the city

30 Jul 2019

Breaking boundaries, engineering the city

‘We need to see designing new buildings as a luxury’. So said eminent architect Jane Wernick as one answer to the climate emergency when she addressed ‘Breaking boundaries’ – a...

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